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Animaniacs Season Three (Soundtrack from the Animated Series) is a soundtrack album compiling the various songs that were present in Season Three of the Animaniacs reboot. The album was released to digital stores and streaming outlets on September 8, 2023.[1] Much like other Animaniacs-related albums, some songs contain minor differences in their instrumentals and vocal performances from their original episodes. Additionally, some songs are also extended compared to their lengths in the series itself.

It follows the Season One and Season Two albums, released in 2021 and 2022, respectively. Unlike the prior two albums; most of the individual voice cast is properly credited (only some are uncredited), and background score instrumentals are featured in the track listing as well.

Track Listing

  1. "GiGi Soda"
  2. "Be a Kid"
  3. "Home"
  4. "D.I.WHY?"
  5. "Groundmouse Day Jingle"
  6. "We Could Try and Do It, Santa"
  7. "International Mouse of Mystery"
  8. "Humanity's Wins"
  9. "Pinky Town"
  10. "Here Comes the Sea!"
  11. "Stressed to the Nines" (score from "Talladega Mice: The Ballad of Pinky Brainy")
  12. "For Mule Late" (score from "Über Nachtmare")
  13. "Duck Uncovered" (score from "Groundmouse Day")
  14. "Life's a Pitch" (score from "Planet Warner")
  15. "New Whirled Symphony / Julie Noted" (score from "The Stickening")
  16. "Rides to the Occasion" (score from "The Stickening")
  17. "Dog Daze" (score from "Dog Days")
  18. "Back an Alien" (score from "Aliens Resurrected")
  19. "Dawn Knots" (score from "Planet Warner")
  20. "Card Cue" (score from "Royal Flush")
  21. "Ring of Ire" (score from "Talladega Mice: The Ballad of Pinky Brainy")
  22. "Marvel Us" (score from "Season 3 and WB Part One")
  23. "Creature Discomforts" (score from "The Island of Dr. Warneau")
  24. "Alpha Bait" (score from "Planet Warner" with Animaniacs theme song sample)

Credits

The credits below were sourced from the album, the episodes, and additional outlets for songs that were excerpts in others. It should also be noted many songs list additional performers who cannot be heard in the songs themselves. Unlike the prior two albums, most of the voice cast is credited within the album for their roles (only some are uncredited).

General

Performers

Songs

  • "GiGi Soda"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Jason Parris, Brian Polk, Drew Ryan Scott, and Justin Trugman
    • Performed by Natalie Lander, Luke Edgemon, Missi Hale, David Michael Loucks, Jason Parris, Drew Ryan Scott, and Justin Trugman
    • Produced by Justin Trugman
  • "Be a Kid!"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Jason Parris, Brian Polk, Drew Ryan Scott, and Justin Trugman
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Natalie Lander, Jason Parris, Drew Ryan Scott, and Justin Trugman
    • Produced by Justin Trugman
  • "Home"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Roddy Hart, Brian Polk, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Charlotte Nicdao, Roddy Hart, and Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "D.I.WHY?"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Roddy Hart, Brian Polk, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Natalie Lander, Roddy Hart, and Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Groundmouse Day Jingle"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Timothy Nash, Brendan Ryan, and William J. Ryan
    • Performed by Tim Cloherty, Julia Haltigan, Brendan Ryan, and William J. Ryan
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "We Could Try and Do It, Santa"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, John DiMaggio, Roddy Hart, Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "International Mouse of Mystery"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Roddy Hart, Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Humanity's Wins"
    • Written by Jordan Cohen, Lucas Crandles, Clyde Lawrence, and Timothy Nash
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Jon Bailey, Clyde Lawrence, Jordan Cohen
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Pinky Town"
    • Written by James Butler, Jordan Cohen, Brad DiPrima, Clyde Lawrence
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Clyde Lawrence, Jordan Cohen
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Here Comes the Sea!"
    • Written by Brad DePrima, Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Chris Diamantopoulos, Roddy Hart, Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Stressed to the Nines"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "For Mule Late"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Duck Uncovered"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Life's a Pitch"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Excerpt from "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" written by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "New Whirled Symphony / Julie Noted"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Rides to the Occasion"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Dog Daze"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Back an Alien"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Dawn Knots"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Card Cue"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Ring of Fire"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Marvel Us"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Creature Discomforts"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Alpha Bait"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Excerpt from "Animaniacs theme song" written by Richard Stone
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein

Absences

The following vocal songs are not present on the album

Trivia

Reboot S3 album art wide

Wider variant from the Water Tower Music YouTube channel's uploads.

International Mouse of Mystery Spotify Canvas

Spotify canvas for "International Mouse of Mystery."

  • The album art for this season is sourced from the February 2021 season 3 announcement.
  • This album has the shortest gap between its season debut and album debut at 6 months and 22 days. The prior albums had a gap of about 8-9 months from their respective season debuts.
  • This is the only Animaniacs reboot season album to release in the same year of its original season's US Hulu debut.
  • Unlike the albums for seasons 1 and 2, each of the songs in this album have a short "canvas" clip accompanying them when played on Spotify. Most songs have clips from their original episodes, while the background scores use footage from the intro.
  • Similarly to the other Animaniacs reboot albums, this album is available in regions that have not yet received the reboot itself.
  • This is the second Animaniacs reboot album to omit "Nice and Chubby Baby" despite the song's inclusion in its respective season, following Season One.
  • The release of this album coincides with the 30th anniversary of the original Animaniacs series, being released five days before. Additionally, it was also released one day before the 28th anniversary of the Pinky and the Brain spin-off series, and eleven days before the 25th anniversary of the Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain series.
  • With the release of this album, the profile icon and thumbnail images for the official Animaniacs artist page on Spotify was changed from the 1994 album cover art to this album's.

Notes

  1. "Le Responsable" is still available to stream/purchase from other albums.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Animaniacs’ Season 3 Soundtrack Album Details. Film Music Reporter. Published September 7, 2023. Retrieved September 8, 2023.
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